Below, the CSCAA has announced the latest NCAA Division II and Division III rankings. SwimSwam is not a voting member…
Key points and proposals slotted for the 2016 NCAA Convention might have broader implications for NCAA Swimming next season.
In one of the great Division III rivalries, Williams and Amherst faced off last night in Amherst’s home pool. For the women, Williams walked away victorious. On the men’s side, Amherst came out on top with a narrower margin of victory.
Pool issues at the Birmingham CrossPlex forced the Birmingham-Southern College team to cancel their dual versus the University of Alabama this weekend.
Ohio University’s Laura Dawson broke a pool record in the 200 back to lead her team to a win at Denison.
The College of New Jersey hosted a Tri meet yesterday with Division II West Chester University and fellow Division III…
Case Western Reserve University senior Felipe Gomez del Campo knows how to stay busy.
The University of the Ozarks will add men’s and women’s swimming to its roster of sports beginning in 2016-2017, and the school has named its first head coach.
The College Swimming Coaches Association of America announces the second CSCAA / TYR Top 25 Poll for Divisions II and III.
Queens Leads Division II, Kenyon Men, Emory Women Top DIII
The Quakers dominated in the annual Total Performance Swim Camp Invitational hosted by Kenyon College. The Lords and Ladies finished as runners up, out of six teams competing. The meet saw several school and pool records fall for various teams.
Both the SCAD women’s and men’s teams won their respective meets at the SCAD Invitational in Savannah, Georgia.
The Hamilton College Continentals won both the women’s and men’s meets at their annual invitational over the weekend.
Clark Smith set a new American and NCAA record in the 1000 free as part of the 1650 tonight.
Jack Conger posted the top time in the men’s 200 fly prelims in the last prelim session of the Texas Invite